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[css-values] define parse-time value aliasing #6193

emilio opened this issue Apr 8, 2021 · 2 comments

[css-values] define parse-time value aliasing #6193

emilio opened this issue Apr 8, 2021 · 2 comments


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emilio commented Apr 8, 2021

This is a thing which, just as property and selector aliases, exist. The later two are well defined, so we need to define this too.

Some examples in Firefox:

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Agenda+ to review the new section:

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The CSS Working Group just discussed [css-values] define parse-time value aliasing, and agreed to the following:

  • RESOLVED: Accept edits, expand to allow aliased functions
The full IRC log of that discussion <fantasai> Topic: [css-values] define parse-time value aliasing
<chris> miriam: is the changes section up to date?
<fantasai> github:
<emilio> scribenick: emilio
<fantasai> fantasai: Added value aliasing section to cascade-4/5
<fantasai> emilio: Weird that it is scoped to keywords
<fantasai> fantasai: We didn't see any examples of not keywords, but could certainly reword to be more general
<emilio> emilio `-webkit-image-set()`-> `image-set()`
<emilio> Same with a bunch of gradient functions
<chris_> rrsagent, here
<RRSAgent> See
<fantasai> fantasai: So functions and keywords, anything else?
<fantasai> s/scribenick: emilio//
<emilio> I don't _think_ so of the top of my head
<fantasai> astearns: So proposed to take edits, with additional change to add functions
<fantasai> fantasai: sgtm
<emilio> emilio: sgtm
<fantasai> RESOLVED: Accept edits, expand to allow aliased functions

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